6 quake strikes Kamchatka peninsula in 24 hours

March 4, 2011Kamchatka, Russia – Kamchatka contains about 160 volcanoes with about 29 of them currently considered as being active. Gorely, Karymsky, Kizimen, Bezymianny, and Sheveluch are volcanoes currently under various watches.  The quakes which have rattled the peninsula were a 4.7, a 4.9, followed by a 5.0 and a 5.1 and a 4.7 and a 4.8 – so there seems to be a gradual increase in intensity and activity. We will continue to monitor this region for the possibility of on-going seismic activity.
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4 Responses to 6 quake strikes Kamchatka peninsula in 24 hours

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